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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 9, 1802, London, Middlesex i Lit in ) s }*mpft Cknffiih King; and rhe.iW The fame . iid .Con^r^MdUeewjed furprizeH when, the Marefchal of Boajpiri tola'him,r that he hai received a Copy of that anjfwet c hJnurs before,, ufingfomethreatning Words, as if he bgjiev^d that he had^rfude fbme flop in the way;"for'it (e'eni'd very ftfrprrzuYg that the Secretary of the Spa��/& Ernbaffy ftwuid.get a Copy of thsAn-fwer of rjte'Stares before the Ffevch Refiderij, to whom it was delivered. The rhyftery hasbeen unfolded fince by. the complaints of the Sieur Batu, who having.-ifevjeBal tbjngsvto write to his Mjfter, de- . fired the-5P#*y7>:Secr?WJyic dm Gma'tTiae, >rtd"wnen 'he had done, lie fent rheori* s: 0.'Woid}'j>llt?1.pf5 '"--feiffd, 2r�j ^eJCapy :wtfttwi;wich,- hjftJWn hand to veomjUtfdjiiirhediately tookpoft, lanjijioarri^d here ;; 5 hours ha* caufed hsVe a grtat fiuprize, for the generality of People flattered therafelves, that, the Grand Alliance- would fall into fucb diftractions by the D^th'dF the King of England, that the Dutch would tIa? c'onfenc to t&ew the Conferences, ro gain time for concerting new measures with their Allies. Their downright refufal to admit, or fend 'V any Ambaffador,p}ajn)ytfiipweth1|hKasthe weafc con- wdicion of the health of 'his .late Majefty cou|d not promifb "a long Life, rhe Allies .had before-hand re-"" fb'Ived what they (hould do in enfe of his Dsath. The. War ./eeining oow irifallible, a great Coun-. cil of W-ar,was hcU on. Monday :rAigac af?�r'the arriraf of the anfwer or the Stares, and the next day rhe Ma-refdtthof:2fe�J?irx'fet out^for Gitelderland, and orders iverie fene torthe French and Spanilh Troops to ad-Vance to our Fronriers, This day the Marquis of Bedmar'ind Pri/i^e Tidy went for Antwerp, to view the Foni|xc^tbris!>' that pfice, and appeafe a mutiny of slys RegimencofQrimafdim the Spanifli fetvice, the Officers. 3ndSoldi�rs of .which have unanimoufly ^efufed'ti^obey thtwdersof the Generals, becaufeof . a punctilio for the ranfc withfome SiwnifhRegiments. �They are in ttieir recurato confsr at Litre with the Mirsfchal bf'B��7��, who'ts.rd cqHirnand the Grand Army oh iJutr Ftotkiets,\ and his c.hofen /?/V(?forhis Hejd QukrtefS.' !The !\Satquis of"Bidm�r is ro corri-mahd 'in"Plsitdtrit and" Prince TSerclaes Tilly in the Country oi Wats and about /iritsirp. Lettersftom Madrid by, thatthe King of Spainhaving iignified to the Council of State, his refbhiHon of removing the chief Governors ia the Sfmiffb (Pift indies, andJtaaieiy thofe afiy&tKruZi CartJjq^^fazWfitbwGaan-cil repntfented^Ehir fhoft ye fuch as^tocnkpoffeffionsiiiwiRbf,. wirhout giving birth toi hi^yctarooarlii�fired�H j cjnliderjflgifhit they had^rA^ty;b�ha�di4�&-felves.  Tht*�^efeat�iwlr*�s.vearV' HI reoedlA by the Kiagj, &bp frffighc by the late Courrier* from lt�h is kept very, puivate; and occasion's feveraJ reports which are not to be relied upon till further advice*,: Tw however, generally believed that the Duke of Vandme,haying contented hjmfelf to heat the Gtrmmis out of feveral PofVs they had in the Parmtjim, whereby thoy  hindered the Navigation of the Pa to Cremona, hjr repaired that River with the Arniy under hisebmmand, the Seafon not permitting him to kee^ the Field, and the Germans having lefc noFbrrage in that Country.. The Duke of S#wy is reciuitipg., his ,Trojr, the Badge of which is a Red Crofs, on the too^flykich. is an Eagle argent, and in the middle %'S^rords croffed falterwife, and the Motto is Pr�: fi�fe Rig� & U%e. The fcarcity of Money encreales every day, and 'tis faid it has been moved in the Council of Finances, to borrow all the Plate belonging to Churches, which the King ihall promife to return, and in the mean time pay tbeintereft thereof. The Dutchefs of Nemours oppofes the claim of the Prince of Conti to the Principality of.Or��g�, to which, ihe pretends to have as much right as to the Principality of Neufcbatil, thoflie is not likely to have theftmt adyanrage in chi* affair as (he bad in the forrtfet? , ;